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Capacity building training for newly recruited rangers

The rangers were provided with insights of many relevant issues including who are rangers and their main duties as stated in the package environmental laws. In addition, they were provided with basics of linear transect monitoring, proper use of GPS and SMART application for patrolling data analysis, and monitoring on forest cleaning.

An area “Gutai Davaa” located in the head of Amur River was protected and included in the national Protected Area network as a result of long-term dedicated efforts of WWF-Mongolia and other stakeholders in the country.  The area was officially approved by the Parliament of Mongolia in May, 2020 and its conservation management is put with Onon-Balj National Park (OBNP) Administration according to Decision of Environment and Tourism Minister.  Recently, six rangers have been newly recruited for the Range.       
WWF-Mongolia and OBNP Administration organized capacity building and orientation training for the rangers in March, 2021. The rangers were provided with insights of many relevant issues including who are rangers and their main duties as stated in the package environmental laws.  In addition, they were provided with basics of linear transect monitoring, proper use of GPS and SMART application for patrolling data analysis, and monitoring on forest cleaning.  The participants-new rangers completed some field demonstrations in Steppe River valley with guidance of the NP Administration’s officers and trainers.    
The rangers were provided with insights of many relevant issues including who are rangers and their main duties as stated in the package environmental laws.

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